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Volume 31 of 54 of Jules Verne's "Extraordinary Voyages", first printed in 1887. Set during a war between France and Germany in 1792, Natalis, a young Captain in the French army finds himself pursuing a young woman while serving his combat duties in Prussia. The young woman, Martha, is also the recipient of the affections of Natilis' commanding officer. A rivalry breaks out between the two, which ultimately results in an escape to France. This particular edition is reproduced from English-edition public works, and is presented simply with an emphasis on straightforward presentation, attractiveness and continuity of appearance, with each title in the "Extraordinary Voyages" sporting a journal-style brown cover accompanied by a cover illustration and quote from the text on the back cover.
Used availability for Jules Verne's The Flight to France
June 1967 : USA Hardback
April 2013 : USA Paperback